break the logjam in chron.org. in the course of researching that story, supervisor chiu, i noticed in september 2011, all the points we're all making today, you made then. i mean verbatim. go check what the article -- so, i mean, when we hear -- and again, i love the folks at mta and dpw. they do great work in the city. but i think what has occurred is the overlapping bureaucracies and the attempt to involve multiple stakeholders has resulted in the gridlock. the two years after supervisor chiu expressed impatience, we're in the same place. i have noticed in my own experience in the tenderloin little saigon plan is much smaller in scope, trying to get two way street on eddie and ellis, had supervisor kim not taken the lead, it never would have happened. we never would have gotten the money. in fact, the first phase was stopped and not moving forward.